Taiwan-based company Sucoot offers its various scaffolding and formwork equipment at this year’s World of Concrete, currently taking place in Las Vegas, the US. The company has developed its products with safety and productivity in mind, such as its ring system scaffold and system formwork, aimed to optimise the construction process resulting in time- and cost-savings.
Apart from offering its ring system scaffold, system formwork, scaffold and formwork accessories, Sucoot also provides pre-3D design and on-site supervision services. According to the company, its ring system scaffold meets the strict European standard EN-12810 as well as other international regulations such as ANSI 10.8. Sucoot said its scaffolding equipment is also regularly sent to undergo the test of bear capacity by SGS official laboratory Cheng Kung University, Taiwan and Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan.
Sucoot has been involved in a wide range of construction projects around the world, including the Taipei MRT circular line rail bridge, Taiwan; Taoyuan MRT CE-02, 03 rail bridge, Taiwan; Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport terminals, Thailand; Thai Airways Airbus-A380 maintenance project, Thailand; Indonesia’s bridge pylon shoring project; Chongqing China H: 37M bridge shoring project; Kaohsiung City Music Hall, Taiwan; and Taiwan high-speed rail project, among others.
Established in 1984, Sucoot started as a formwork complementary accessories supplier. Over the years, the company has grown into a leading brand in the scaffold and formwork industry in Taiwan. Today, Sucoot has customers in more than 65 countries and the company keeps expanding its markets.
Sucoot booth: Central Hall (C-3314)
Note: More products on display at the World of Concrete 2020 (4 to 7 February) can also be found in our Nov/Dec 2019 issue.